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Study of Ichthyofauna, Fish Population and Homogeneity in Sant-Sarover Pond, Mount-Abu, Rajasthan, India

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The management of biodiversity in an aquatic ecosystem is considered as one of the leading concern of enabling sustainable use of natural resources. Fishes have a broad impact on the survival and prosperity of other living creatures in their habitat. Diversity in freshwater fishes and its richness in Sant-Sarover Pond, Mount Abu were studied in the period of 2018-19 in five different sampling sites. The present study deals with the total number of précised fish population, species dispersion patterns and homogeneity in Sant-Sarover Pond. The pond exhibits nearby eight fish species which indicates that the pond supports eternal fish inhabitants. The variety in fish population in Sant-Sarover Pond is a significant marker of enormous diversity in an aquatic ecosystem, as an outcome it pursue vast range of survival conditions.
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  • Department of Bio-Science, Faculty of Basic Science and Applied Sciences, Madhav University, Rajasthan, India
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